sarah walden&

Our practice uses experimental film (both analogue and digital) and sound art as sonic and temporal surfaces upon which the mundane can be pinned, moulded and danced with. We use a glitch methodology, in order to view ‘difference’ and the uncanny from an intimate, cross-modal vantage point. Our work uses and subverts traditional film-making and photographic techniques alongside established and emergent digital technologies, in ways that highlight the materiality of the media and the processes of making, and relate to the sensuous experience of pushing somatic and cognitive boundaries.